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Selector lever and selector housing assembly
1. Gear shift knob • See Gear shift knob, removing and installing 2. Trim/locking sleeve • Clips into gear shift knob • Locks knob to prevent knob from pulling off 3. Bolt • Threaded through retaining ring and upper cover into side cover • Qty: 8, M4x10 • Tighten to 2 Nm (18 in-lb) 4. Retaining ring 5. Upper cover • With integral symbol insert • Positioned on frame (item 8) (arrows) 6. Side cover • Positioned on frame (item 8) (arrows) 7. Printed circuit board • Positioned on frame (item 8) (arrows) • See Printed circuit board, installed position 8. Frame • With locating pins (arrows) • Pull 4 integral hooks outward to remove • Remove complete with retaining ring, upper cover, side cover, and printed circuit board (items 4, 5, 6, 7) 9. Selector cable • Do not bend or kink • Do not lubricate cable eye or ball socket • See Selector cable, adjusting 10. Nut, self locking • Qty: 4 • Always replace • Tighten to 10 Nm (7 ft-lb) 11. Housing • With glued-on gasket 12. Washer 13. Intermediate plate
14. Bolt • Inserted into intermediate plate 15. Shift lock solenoid (N110) • With integral tiptronic switch (F189) • See Shift lock solenoid, removing and installing 16. Retainer • Secures cable 17. Selector mechanism
18. Bolt • Qty: 3 • Tighten to 6 Nm (53 in-lb) 19. Locking cable • Do not bend or kink • For ignition key removal lock 20. Steering lock 21. Locking clip • Install clip from above • Angled ends point towards steering lock
Printed circuit board, installed position A37-0592.tif • Position holes on printed circuit board onto front and rear guide pins (arrows) on frame. • Ensure wiring harness is properly positioned and that printed circuit board is not deformed.
DSG Transmission 34b-5
Shift lock solenoid, removing and installing • Disconnect harness connector (B) from shift lock solenoid (N110). • Depress retaining tab (A) to rear while simultaneously turning solenoid counter-clockwise (dashed arrow). • Pull shift lock solenoid off. A37-0664.tif
Gear shift knob, removing and installing
Several slightly different style gear shift knobs are used, but all are removed in the same manner.
With a firm grip, grasp trim/locking sleeve (A) and pull down on shaft (B).
Pull release button out (A) of shift knob as far as possible and lock in place with a wire clip in the opening on top (C).
While holding button out, pull up (B) on knob to remove from shaft. If release button slips back into knob, use a pick tool to pull button out and lock in place with wire clip.
Installation is the reverse of removal, noting the following: • Install trim/locking sleeve onto shaft. • Release button must be pulled out to install knob. • Installed position: button points to driver. • Slide knob onto shaft and move around to engage mechanism. • When knob is felt to engage mechanism, push down fully onto shaft. • While holding knob down, grasp trim/locking sleeve, slide up and lock onto knob.
Backup light and neutral start function
Operation of the backup lights and the ability to allow starter operation in park and neutral positions only, has typically been a direct function of the selector mechanism. DSG transmissions use a combination of selector mechanism (E313) and Mechatronic unit (J743) control to operate relays which enable these functions. A97-00 The 13-fold relay panel is located above the micro central electric panel under the driver’s side of the padded dash. • Position 11 - Starter interlock relay (J207) • Position 13 - Backup light relay (J219)
Selector cable, checking – – –
With ignition switched off, disconnect battery ground strap. See 27 Battery, Alternator, Starter. Remove air cleaner assembly. See 03 Maintenance. Shift selector lever into P position. Push circlip (A) upward and remove.
Press selector lever cable off of selector shaft lever (arrow) and place on top to allow free movement of cable and selector mechanism without shifting transmission. NOTE — • Do not loosen adjustment bolt (B).
Lay selector lever cable aside in such a way that end can move freely. Use care to avoid bending or kinking selector lever cable. Shift selector lever from P to S. • Check protective sleeve on selector mechanism (on front of selector lever cable) for damage. Replace cable if damaged.
DSG Transmission 34b-7
Selector Cable –
Shift selector lever into P position. • Selector mechanism and selector lever cable should move smoothly. Replace selector lever cable or service selector mechanism as needed.
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With selector lever in P, carefully press selector lever cable back onto selector shaft lever and install circlip (A). Install air cleaner assembly. Connect battery. Check backup light operation.
Selector cable, adjusting – – –
With ignition switched off, disconnect battery ground strap. See 27 Battery, Alternator, Starter. Remove air cleaner assembly. See 03 Maintenance. Shift selector lever into P position. Loosen bolt (B).
Move selector shaft lever on transmission into P position. Turn (rotate) both front wheels in one direction by hand (if lifted) or by pushing vehicle, until detent lever in transmission engages parking lock gear and wheels lock. This will confirm that internal transmission mechanism is fully in park position. NOTE — • The selector lever must be in P position when the clamping bolt (B) is loosened; if not, adjustment will be incorrect.
Carefully move selector lever slightly forward and backward, without shifting into a different selector lever position, to centralize shift lever. Tighten bolt (B) smoothly and evenly. Tightening torque Bolt, selector cable adjustment 13 Nm (10 ft-lb)
NOTE — • When tightening bolt (B), make sure the selector lever cable does not move out of position.
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Install air cleaner assembly. Connect battery. Functional check selector cable. Check backup light operation.
Selector cable, checking adjustment –
Depress button on gear shift knob while pulling selector lever back approximately 5 mm (3/16 in) to the rear and out of P position. Do not allow selector lever to be shifted into R. • Release selector lever. Selector lever must spring back into P position automatically. • If necessary, re-adjust selector cable and/or inspect selector mechanism for free movement.
Depress button on gear shift knob while pulling selector lever back approximately 5 mm (3/16 in) to the rear and out of N position. Do not allow selector lever to be shifted into D. • Release selector lever. Selector lever must spring back into N position automatically. • If necessary, re-adjust selector cable and/or inspect selector mechanism for free movement.
Depress button on gear shift knob while pushing selector lever forward approximately 5 mm (3/16 in) to the front and out of N position. Do not allow selector lever to be shifted into R. • Release selector lever. Selector lever must spring back into R position automatically. • If necessary, re-adjust selector cable and/or inspect selector mechanism for free movement.
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Audi TT Service Manual: 2000-2006
1.8L turbo, 3.2L including roadster and quattro
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Location of ignition components on 3.2L engine. 28 Ignition System
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